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    JULY 2016 - BERKSHIRE COUNTY CALENDAR OF EVENTS

July 1 - October 31   GRAND OPENING
Berkshire Carousel
50 Center Street
- Pittsfield, MA  (413) 499-0457

The Berkshire Carousel is a not-for-profit, 501(C)3 venture designed to create an authentic classic wooden carousel that is both a work of art and a wonderful form of family fun and entertainment. It will be a permanent display of the creative endeavors of the residents of Berkshire County involved in it's creation.. $2.00 per token.
MON, TUES, WED, FRI & SAT 10AM-7PM/THURS 10AM-8PM/SUN 11AM-6PM
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July 1 - 30   THE TAMING
Shakespeare & Company
70 Kemble Street
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 637-3353
Inside the heightened, cheerfully absurd world of The Taming, Gunderson spanks America’s sound-bite politics, wrestles with a Shakespeare-inspired, playful and problematic battle of the sexes, and proves the point that true debate is hot. In a hilarious red-state versus blue-state comedy originally inspired by the banter in The Taming of the Shrew, America’s overheated political rhetoric is exposed through the passions of three slightly insane women who just might be revolutionary geniuses.
VARIOUS TIMES

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July 1 - August 21   THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
Shakespeare & Company
70 Kemble Street
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 637-3353
VARIOUS TIMES
Web Site

July 1 - August 28   UGLY LIES THE BONE
Shakespeare & Company
70 Kemble Street
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 637-3353
Combat veteran Jess comes home to Florida after three tours in Afghanistan bearing deep physical and emotional scars. An innovative, experimental video game therapy offers an escape from her excruciating pain - but can virtual reality help Jess come to terms with the altered reality of her hometown, relationships, and dreams? This timely, tough, and humorous new drama received the Woodward/Newman Award and the Laurents/Hatcher Citation of Excellence.
VARIOUS TIMES
Web Site

July 1 - August 28   TINY TITANS
Berkshire Museum
39 South Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-7171
DINOSAUR EGGS & BABIES
Web Site

July 1 - September 2    THE CAPITOL STEPS
Cranwell Spa & Gold Resort
55 Lee Road
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 881-1636
If you’ve ever wanted to see Hillary Clinton belt a show tune, Donald Trump sing a rock song, or New Jersey Governor Chris Christie perform a classical ballet, The Capitol Steps might just be the show for you. Cranwell Spa & Golf Resort is offering a chance to laugh off some election-year stress throughout the summer, hosting the award-winning musical satire group The Capitol Steps for a limited run of performances, from July 1 to Sept. 2. The troupe will be the first to perform on Cranwell’s new Harvest Barn stage, a 220-seat venue. The Capitol Steps began as a group of congressional staffers who set out to satirize the very people who employed them. Now in its 35th year, the show has since evolved to feature 26 actors and five pianists, who stage shows across the United States. This year’s show is largely based on songs from The Capitol Steps’ current album What To Expect When You’re Electing, featuring tunes that give a comedic nod to some of our most pressing political issues: “Ain’t No Pipeline, Now It’s Gone,” “Hello, Is it Mitt You’re Looking For?” and “We Warm the World” among them. The Capitol Steps’ 90-minute show will be performed nightly, excluding Tuesdays, at 8 p.m. Cranwell Spa & Golf Resort offers pre-show dining starting at 5 p.m. at its Wine Spectator Award-winning restaurant in the Gilded Age Mansion, as well as casual fare at Sloane’s Restaurant and Bar. Show tickets and an optional dinner may be reserved directly by calling (413) 881-1636.
8PM

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July 1 - October 30   FINDING RAVEN
Berkshire Museum
39 South Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-7171
ART & STORIES FROM THE NORTHWEST COAST
Web Site

July 1 - 30   THE TAMING
Shakespeare & Company
70 Kemble Street
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 637-3353
Inside the heightened, cheerfully absurd world of The Taming, Gunderson spanks America’s sound-bite politics, wrestles with a Shakespeare-inspired, playful and problematic battle of the sexes, and proves the point that true debate is hot. In a hilarious red-state versus blue-state comedy originally inspired by the banter in The Taming of the Shrew, America’s overheated political rhetoric is exposed through the passions of three slightly insane women who just might be revolutionary geniuses.
VARIOUS TIMES
Web Site

July 1 - August 21    THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
Shakespeare & Company
70 Kemble Street
- Lenox, MA (413) 637-3353

A perilous romance. A tragic history. An infamous wager. Shakespeare’s most controversial yet poignant play offers a visceral display of courtship, prejudice, money and revenge, ending ultimately in a choice between life and death. Founding Artistic Director Tina Packer reunites with longtime Company member Jonathan Epstein as Shylock, the Bard’s most memorable and highly charged outsider.
VARIOUS TIMES
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July 14 - August 20   TWELFTH NIGHT
Shakespeare & Company
70 Kemble Street
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 637-3353
Outdoors, fresh, and fast-paced, Shakespeare’s rebellious comedy catapults audiences into a world of illusion, debauchery and mayhem. Amidst the forest and foliage, audiences are transported to the mythical land of Illyria—alongside the recently shipwrecked and lovelorn Viola. This 90-minute frolic unravels a madcap mix-up of characters and offers a reunion of epic proportions.
VARIOUS TIMES
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July 15 - August 20   THE EMPEROR OF THE MOON
Shakespeare & Company
70 Kemble Street
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 637-3353
When love strikes, chaos ensues and a coup of astronomic proportions results. Sisters, suitors, servants, and a father obsessed with the moon set the stage for a stellar farce performed under the open-air tent. Ware's fast-paced, family-friendly adaptation of Aphra Behn’s Restoration comedy, based in Commedia dell'Arte, offers audiences of every age a hearty dose of mayhem, music and merriment.
VARIOUS TIMES
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July 20 - August 20   THE STONEWITCH
The Fitzpatrick Main Stage
83 East Main Street
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 997-4444
Previews: Wednesday, July 20 through Friday, July 22
Press Opening/Opening Night: Saturday, July 23 at 8pm
Talkback: Monday, July 25 after 8pm performance
Closing: Saturday, August 20 at 7pm
Tickets: Preview: $45
Tickets: $62
Sponsored by: Country Curtains and The Red Lion Inn, Natalie and Howard Shawn

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July 22 - 24   ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD
Hunter Hall, Maple Street School
322 Maple Street
- Manchester Center, VT 
(802) 282-2581
How do you combine Laurel & Hardy, “Who’s on First,” and Shakespeare? Tom Stoppard did it brilliantly with his 1967 play “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead.” Shakespeare on Main Street of Vermont will perform this absurdist tragi-comedy this summer in Manchester and Brandon, Vermont. Cleverly re-interpreting Shakespeare’s Hamlet from the point of view of two minor characters, the play-within-a-play-within-a-play turns Hamlet on its head by giving the bewildered Rosencrantz and Guildenstern major roles, and subjugating former major characters to minor roles. This is one of the themes of the play: if life were a play, most of us would be minor characters in it. While we may call ourselves “masters of our domains,” when we think about how many things in our lives over which we actually have control, it is not a long list, especially when it comes to our imminent death.

“A coruscatingly brilliant, endlessly thought-provoking masterpiece.”
~ The Wall Street Journal.

The play also explores language and communication, fate and free will, foolishness and folly, and whether death, and how we view it, is significant or commonplace.

Come join us this summer for a frolicking romp where reality and illusion intermix, and word play abounds.

July 29 & 30 at 7:30pm, and July 31 at 2pm
Brandon Town Hall Theatre, Brandon, Vermont.

Tickets are $18 for Adults, and $12 for Ages 18 & Under. Advanced tickets in Brandon are available at Carr’s Florists. “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead” is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.

Shakespeare on Main Street of Vermont is a nonprofit (501c3) organization and depends largely on public donations to stage our productions. It is dedicated to fostering a greater appreciation of language and the performing arts, and enriching our community by presenting accessible, quality community theatre that educates, inspires and entertains people of all ages across mid- and southern Vermont. For more information, log on to ShakespeareOnMainStreet.org.

2-5PM
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July 23 - 24 & August 6 - 7   MOVING SALE
Scovilles Large Second Story Apartment
10 Ridge Street, Apt 2A
- Glens Falls, NY  (518) 538-1576

DOWNSIZING. EVERYTHING MUST GO FROM SCOVILLE'S APARTMENT. FINE FURNISHINGS INCLUDING ANTIQUES, SOFAS, 19TH CENTURY FRENCH BOMBAY ARMOIRE, 19TH VITRINE BOMBAY HAND PAINTED CURIO CABINET, MARBLE TABLES, MIRRORS, HAND WOVEN ORIENTAL RUGS, LAMPS, ARTWORK, PETROF GRAND PIANO, MORE. ALL REASONABLE OFFERS WELCOME. (518) 538-1576 OR (518) 744-7697 FOR QUESTIONS OR TO SCHEDULE PRIVATE SHOWINGS.
8AM-4PM

July 23 - September 4   OR,
Shakespeare & Company
70 Kemble Street
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 637-3353
The bawdy 1660s look a lot like the modern day in this playful comedy about one chaotic night in the life of the poet, spy, and first female playwright Aphra Behn. Determined to leave the spy trade behind and launch her new career, Ms. Behn must deliver a play by morning, a task complicated by an array of amorous distractions and scandalous revelations. Can she resist the charms of an infatuated actress, save the king, win a pardon, and write her masterpiece, all in one night?
VARIOUS TIMES
Web Site

July 23    LIVE JAZZ
Castle Street Cafe
10 Castle Street - Great Barrington
, MA  (413) 528-5244
8
PM
Web Site

July 23   PAUL TAYLOR DANCE COMPANY (FAMILY MATINEE PERFORMANCE)
Mahaiwe Performing
14 Castle Street
-
Great Barrington, MA  (413) 528-0100
A special matinee designed for young audiences with shorter excerpts and an intimate talkback session after the performance. One of the seminal artists of our time, Paul Taylor continues to shape the homegrown American art of modern dance that he has helped define since becoming a professional dancer and pioneering choreographer in 1954. The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center celebrates its ninth consecutive season of performances by the Taylor Company at its Berkshires home.
Performances of:
Snow White
Dilly Dilly - New Work
$20 PER FAMILY(up to 6 persons, $5 for each additional family member). General Admission.
Tickets for this event are ONLY available for purchase through the Mahaiwe Box Office (413) 528-0100.

3PM
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July 23   PAUL TAYLOR DANCE COMPANY
Mahaiwe Performing
14 Castle Street
-
Great Barrington, MA  (413) 528-0100
One of the seminal artists of our time, Paul Taylor continues to shape the homegrown American art of modern dance that he has helped define since becoming a professional dancer and pioneering choreographer in 1954. The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center celebrates its ninth consecutive season of performances by the Taylor Company at its Berkshires home.
Performances of:
New Work TBA
Dilly Dilly - New Work
Beloved Renegade
New Work TBA

Tickets available online or through the box office.
$25 Upper Balcony (Limited)
$50 / $45 Mahaiwe Members
$65 Premium

7:30PM
Web Site

July 23   ROB KELLY & ADELE LEE
Gateways Inn & Restaurant
15 Walker Street
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 637-2532
7:30-9:30PM
Web Site

July 23    BANG ON THE CAN ALL-STARS
MASS MoCA
1040 Mass MoCA Way
- North Adams, MA (413) 662-2111

All-Stars bring Eno’s pioneering ambient work to life in an expanded performance that includes a full orchestra of festival fellows. The concert will also features new entries in the All-Stars’ Field Recordings project—new music interwoven with archival recordings—including works by Roomful of Teeth’s Caroline Shaw, Jóhann Jóhannsson, Gabriella Smith, Rene Lussier, and more.
8P
M
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July 23   TED MURRAY TRIO JAZZ BAND
PortSmitts Lakeway Restaurant
370 Pecks Road
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 236-5727
6PM
Web Site

July 23   DAN GINGRAS
Rainbow Restaurant
109 First Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-0022
Dan Gingras is back with his great accoustic sound playing Classic Covers and more.
7:30PM - NO COVER CHARGE
Web Site

July 23   BERKSHIRE CHORAL INTERNATIONAL
Jackeman L. Stewart Center, Berkshire School
245 North Undermountain Road
 - Sheffield, MA 
(413) 229-1999
For 35 years, Berkshire Choral International has provided audiences with stirring performances of the first rank. Each year BCI brings together a remarkable array of choristers, soloists, conductors and repertoire for voices and symphony orchestra. This summer, enjoy three concerts of glorious choral music that will challenge your intellect and nourish your soul. On July 23, the Chorus will perform Beethoven’s Mass in C Major and Symphony #9 (4th Movement), conducted by John Sinclair (Bach Festival Society of Winter Park, Rollins College). On July 30, conductor Gary Thor Wedow (Seattle Opera, New York City Opera, The Julliard School) will lead the Chorus in a performance of Dvorak’s Requiem. On August 6, the Chorus will perform Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms and Stephen Paulus’ Holocaust Memorial Oratorio, To Be Certain of the Dawn, led by conductor Kathy Saltzman Romey (Minnesota Chorale, Oregon Bach Festival, University of Minnesota). All concerts feature prominent soloists and the Springfield Symphony Orchestra. The air-conditioned Stewart Center at Berkshire School provides an ideal setting. The campus lies on Route 41, 8 miles south of Great Barrington, MA and 9 miles north of Salisbury, CT. Tickets are $20 - $45 and are available online (www. berkshirechoral.org), by phone (413.229.1999) or at the door. Ample free parking is available, and light refreshments are sold. All concerts begin at 7:30pm, and free pre-concert talks begin at 6:15pm.
7:30PM
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July 23   TROUT FISHING IN AMERICA
The Barn At The Egremont Village Inn
17 Main Street
- South Egremont, MA 
(413) 528-9580
“A sublimely musical band,” Boston Herald and “The Lennon and McCartney of Kid’s Music,” Kathy O’Connell, National Public Radio Trout Fishing in America is an eclectic folk/rock band best known for family music and kids’ songs. The 4 Time Grammy Nominee duo sing songs like “My Hair Had a Party Last Night,” “18 Wheels on a Big Rig,” and “When I Was a Dinosaur.” Bass player Keith Grimwood and guitarist Ezra Idlet, capture the imagination and hearts of audiences of all ages.
Genre: Family and Folk
Family Show: $25, Kid 12 and under, $10
Night Shows: $25
2PM (FAMILY SHOW), 7PM & 9PM
Web Site

July 24   KRYSHA - HERBS & HEALTH
Bascom Lodge
Mount Greylock
- Adams, MA 
(413) 743-1591
6PM/FREE
Web Site

July 24   JAZZ w/RICH VINETTE TRIO
Haflinger Haus Restaurant - Tavern - Inn
17 Commercial Street
- Adams, MA 
(413) 743-2221
4-7PM
Web Site

July 24    SUNDAY MUSICAL BRUNCH w/LIVE MUSIC
Starving Artist Creperie & Cafe
40 Main Street, Suite 2 - Lee
, MA  (413) 394-5046
11AM-1PM
Web Site

July 24   ROB KELLY, WANDA HOUSTON & JEFF STEVENS
Gateways Inn & Restaurant
15 Walker Street
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 637-2532
7:30-9:30PM
Web Site

July 24   STEEPLE CATS
Joe Wolfe Field
311 State Street
- North Adams, MA

4:30PM
Web Site

July 24   SUNDAY BRUNCH BUFFET
Rainbow Restaurant
109 First Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-0022
All you can eat!!!

11AM-3PM
Web Site

July 24   SUNDAY NIGHT DANCES
ITAM Lodge #564
93 Waubeek Road
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-7134
MEMBERS $5.00 - NON~MEMBERS $7.00
7-11PM
Web Site

July 24   VAULTING & YOGA WORKSHOP
Blue Rider Stables
15 Farm Lane
- South Egremont, MA 
(413) 528-5299
Vaulting and Yoga Workshop at Blue Rider Stables, 15 Farm Lane, South Egremont, MA. Program combines instruction in more advanced yoga positions with vaulting, or gymnastics on horseback. Experience in yoga practice recommended, no riding experience required. Limited enrollment; $200 tuition includes lunch. Registration is required. www.bluerider.org or call 413 528-5299.
10AM-4PM
Web Site

July 25   DAVE BARTLEY DUO
Gateways Inn & Restaurant
15 Walker Street
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 637-2532
7:30-9:30PM
Web Site

July 25   STEEPLE CATS
Joe Wolfe Field
311 State Street
- North Adams, MA

6:30PM
Web Site

July 25   BINGO
Saint Charles Borromeo Parish Hall
89 Briggs Avenue
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 442-7470
Food available at the concession stand.

6:30PM - DOORS OPEN @ 4:30PM
Web Site

July 26   MARC IRWIN
Gateways Inn & Restaurant
15 Walker Street
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 637-2532
7:30-9:30PM
Web Site

July 26    TRIVIA
Mazcots Sports Bar & Grill
490 Pittsfield Road, Rte 7
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 499-1101
8
PM
Web Site

July 26   A SMALL GOOD THING
New Marlborough Library
1 Mill River Great Barrington Road
- Mill River, MA

"A Small Good Thing" by Pamela Tanner Boll explores what it takes to live a good life at the beginning of this new century. This film follows six people who, despite economic concerns and high levels of stress, have found a way to have more meaning in their lives, a closer bond with their families and communities, and a deeper connection to themselves and the natural world.
7:30PM
Web Site

July 26   CHILDREN'S ART WORKSHOP - SUMMER SKETCH CLUB
Norman Rockwell Museum
9 Route 183
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-4100
For ages 7 and up/Enjoy this lively drawing class that encourages self-expression, experimentation, and skill development. Bring a sketchbook or drawing pad; other art supplies are provided. Class may be in or outdoors, weather permitting. Take one class or take them all! $7, $5 members. Sponsored by Price Chopper’s Golub Fountation.
10AM-12PM/TUESDAYS
Web Site

July 26    OPEN MIC
The Purple Pub
65 Spring Street - Williamstown
, MA  (413) 458-0095
8PM

Web Site

July 27   DUBLIN PORTER
Bascom Lodge
Mount Greylock
- Adams, MA 
(413) 743-1591
This Berkshire trio plays traditional Irish music.
6PM/FREE
Web Site

July 27   SHERRI BUXTON
Gateways Inn & Restaurant
15 Walker Street
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 637-2532
7:30-9:30PM
Web Site

July 27   GRUPPO MONDO w/SPECIAL GUEST
Rainbow Restaurant
109 First Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-0022
Being talked about as "Best Jazz in the Berkshires" Gruppo Mondo gives a night of spectacular Jazz Fusion with Special Guest.
7:30PM - NO COVER CHARGE
Web Site

July 27  HVA INTRODUCTION TO CANOEING
Housatonic Valley Association
1383 Route 102
 - South Lee, MA 
(413) 394-9796
Join HVA on Wednesday July 27 from 3PM-6PM for a free introduction to canoeing on a flatwater stretch of the Housatonic River in South Lee. Canoes and equipment provided. If you have never been in a canoe, join us to learn how to safely enter and exit a canoe, the basic strokes, appropriate attire, and pre-trip preparation. Enjoy a short paddle upstream to enjoy beautiful views of Beartown State Forest. This paddle starts and ends at the same place. Families with children 6 yrs+ welcome. Preregistration required. Call HVA at 413 394 9796 or email:adixon@hvatoday.org.
3-6PM
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July 27  THE GARDEN IN WATERCOLORS: SESSION 1. EN PLEIN AIR WATERCOLOR PAINTING IN THE SUMMER GARDEN
Berkshire Botanical Garden
5 West Stockbridge Road
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-3926
This session will focus on drawing forms, finding compositions and simple, direct color schemes. Composition will be stressed. After an introduction the class will move into the garden to paint. Students of all levels are welcome; no experience is necessary. Materials list at our web site. Members $145 per 4 class session; Nonmembers $175 per 4 class session; Individual classes: $45.
10AM-1PM
Web Site

July 27   CHILDREN'S ART WORKSHOP - CREATING TOGETHER: A PARENT-CHILD EXPERIENCE
Norman Rockwell Museum
9 Route 183
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-4100
For children ages 4 and up and their parents/caregivers. Children and their parents/caregivers are invited to explore the galleries together during this interactive art experience. A lively look at the works on view will inspire personal artworks created with a variety of materials and techniques. Take one class or take them all! $7, $5 members.

10-11:30AM/WEDNESDAYS
Web Site

July 27   YOGA w/KATHI HATCH
Norman Rockwell Museum
9 Route 183
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-4100
Join Kripalu certified yoga instructor Kathi Hatch for this series of outdoor classes on the Museum’s bucolic site. This program, appropriate for all, encompasses a full scope of postures and breathing practices, increasing flexibility and inspiring self-discovery. Free.

5:15-6:15PM/WEDNESDAYS/JULY, AUGUST & SEPTEMBER
Web Site

July 28   FARMERS MARKET
Community Health Programs
442 Stockbridge Road (Route 7)
- Great Barrington, MA
Fresh Produce: Fruits & Vegetables, Eggs, Honey, Maple Syrup, Cheese, Bakes Goods & More. Accepting: Cash, Checks, Debit/Credit Cards, SNAP, EBT, Seniors & WIC Farmers' Market Checks.
2-5PM EVERY THURSDAY

July 28    TRIVIA
Morgan House Inn
33 Main Street - Lee
, MA  (413) 243-3661
7:30PM
Web Site

July 28   JOHN DAVIDSON
Gateways Inn & Restaurant
15 Walker Street
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 637-2532
7:30-9:30PM
Web Site

July 28   LIVE MUSIC
Ponchos Mexican Restaurant
156 North Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 499-2266
6PM/EVERY THURSDAY

Web Site

July 28   SITE WALKS & STORIES
Norman Rockwell Museum
9 Route 183
- Stockbridge, MA 
(413) 298-4100
Historic Property and “Build a Better Baby Carriage” Walks/Thursdays in July, August, September and October, 2 p.m. Experience the Museum’s bucolic 36-acre campus and learn about the historic buildings onsite, including Linwood House, an 1859 Berkshire Cottage, and Norman Rockwell’s own Stockbridge Studio. We’ll also explore the Museum’s outdoor exhibition, inspired by Rockwell’s first Post cover. Free for Museum members, or included with Museum admission.

2PM/THURSDAYS/JULY, AUGUST, SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER
Web Site

July 28    STAND UP COMEDY OPEN MIC
The Purple Pub
65 Spring Street - Williamstown
, MA  (413) 458-0095
Every last Thursday of the month. Hosted by Eric Nottke Come early, limited sitting!!
8:30PM

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July 28   STATE OF THE ART/ART OF THE STATE
Williams College Museum Of Art
15 Lawrence Hall Drive, Suite 2
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Williamstown, MA
Get a healthy dose of academics in the galleries with a mini course led by Williams College faculty. Led by: Christina Simko, Assistant Professor of Sociology. It isn’t just propaganda that promulgates state agendas. Think through the many ways that art reproduces, resists, or reformulates cultural and political narratives. Delve into works of art from African Art Against the State and put them into conversation with politically significant American art. Free. Registration required.

4PM
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July 28   WTF + WCMA: A GUIDED TOUR
Williams College Museum Of Art
15 Lawrence Hall Drive, Suite 2
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Williamstown, MA
Williamstown Theatre Festival actors bring WCMA's collection to life in this trip through the galleries that makes protagonists of portrait sitters. The tour starts and ends on the patio. Free. Rain or shine!

6PM
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July 29    OPEN MIC
Bounti-Fare Restaurant & Catering
200 Howland Avenue
- Adams, MA 
(413) 743-0193
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July 29    LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
Castle Street Cafe
10 Castle Street - Great Barrington
, MA  (413) 528-5244
8PM
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July 29    KARAOKE
Uncle Larry's Tavern
71 Chester Road
- Becket, MA 
(413) 623-8711
9PM
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July 29    LIVE ENTERTAINMENT - JOEY PALERMO
Morgan House Inn
33 Main Street - Lee
, MA  (413) 243-3661
6-9PM
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July 29   AFTER OURS
Gateways Inn & Restaurant
15 Walker Street
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 637-2532
7:30-9:30PM
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July 29   RITA RUDNER
Colonial Theatre
111 South Street
- Pittsfield, MA  (413) 997-4444

Named Las Vegas’s "Comedian Of The Year "nine years in a row, Rita Rudner's razor sharp wit is undeniable. At the age of fifteen, Rudner become a dancer on Broadway. She appeared in several shows, including the original productions of Follies and Mack and Mabel. It was while in Annie on Broadway that she began exploring the comedy clubs of Manhattan. Since then, the award-winning comedian, actress and best-selling author has been a frequent guest on the Late Night with David Letterman and The Tonight Show. Her first HBO special, Rita Rudner’s One Night Stand, was nominated for several awards, as was her English BBC television show which later appeared on A&E.
8PM/$35-65
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July 29   BLUE LIGHT TRIO
Rainbow Restaurant
109 First Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-0022
This Berkshire based trio will be here playing classic Jazz favorites along with some fresh original Jazz.
7:30PM/NO COVER CHARGE
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July 29   TANGO ARGENTINO PRACTICA
Christ Church Hall
180 Main Street
- Sheffield, MA 
(413) 229-5944
Berkshire Tango Society and School of Tango Argentino are having every Friday a Monitored Tango Argentino Dance Practica open to all levels of Tango Argentino Training.
8-10PM/FRIDAYS
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July 29 - 31   ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD
Brandon Town Hall Theatre
1 Conant Square
- Brandon, VT 
(802) 282-2581
How do you combine Laurel & Hardy, “Who’s on First,” and Shakespeare? Tom Stoppard did it brilliantly with his 1967 play “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead.” Shakespeare on Main Street of Vermont will perform this absurdist tragi-comedy this summer in Manchester and Brandon, Vermont. Cleverly re-interpreting Shakespeare’s Hamlet from the point of view of two minor characters, the play-within-a-play-within-a-play turns Hamlet on its head by giving the bewildered Rosencrantz and Guildenstern major roles, and subjugating former major characters to minor roles. This is one of the themes of the play: if life were a play, most of us would be minor characters in it. While we may call ourselves “masters of our domains,” when we think about how many things in our lives over which we actually have control, it is not a long list, especially when it comes to our imminent death.

“A coruscatingly brilliant, endlessly thought-provoking masterpiece.”
~ The Wall Street Journal.

The play also explores language and communication, fate and free will, foolishness and folly, and whether death, and how we view it, is significant or commonplace. Come join us this summer for a frolicking romp where reality and illusion intermix, and word play abounds.
Tickets are $18 for Adults, and $12 for Ages 18 & Under. Advanced tickets in Brandon are available at Carr’s Florists. “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead” is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.

Shakespeare on Main Street of Vermont is a nonprofit (501c3) organization and depends largely on public donations to stage our productions. It is dedicated to fostering a greater appreciation of language and the performing arts, and enriching our community by presenting accessible, quality community theatre that educates, inspires and entertains people of all ages across mid- and southern Vermont. For more information, log on to ShakespeareOnMainStreet.org.

29TH & 30TH @7:30PM/31ST @ 2PM
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July 30 - 31   26TH ANNUAL CHURCH ON THE HILL FINE ARTS & HOMEMADE CRAFTS SHOW
Lilac Park
Main Street
- Lenox, MA

Over 70 booths of high quality crafts by local and regional artisans – all handmade. Get all your holiday shopping done in July!
10AM-5PM SAT/10AM-4PM SUN
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July 30 - 31   RALPH NADER'S BOOMING WINSTED BOOK FESTIVAL
414 Main Street

Winsted
, CT
 
(860) 738-1262
The Festival will present five prominent area authors each of whom will autograph their books, deliver a presentation and engage in a discussion with book-lovers in attendance. Over two-hundred non-fiction book titles, all new and published over the years right through 2016, are available at discounted prices. Many make the case for a better society and provide pathways for citizen action. There are historic books that changed America for the better, including those written by Ralph Nader and his famous “Nader’s Raiders,” to advance consumer, workers and environmental rights, corporate accountability, open government and a stronger democracy.
Parents are encouraged to bring their youngsters and show them that books can make them smarter than smart phones – interesting books that they are unlikely ever to read in their classes. For younger children there will be some insightful children’s books. There will be some engrossing novels as well. “This is the 50th anniversary year for my book, Unsafe at Any Speed, that led to improvements in the auto industry, and I thought a Festival in my home town would be a good way to celebrate the continual importance of books,” said Nader. He will be speaking and signing books at 10:00AM Saturday, July 30, including his recent book Unstoppable: The Emerging Left-Right Alliance to Dismantle the Corporate State.
9AM & 5PM SAT/10AM-2PM SUN
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July 30   YOGA TO THE RESCUE
Sruti Yoga Center
33 Railroad Street
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Great Barrington, MA (413) 717-5058
Do good and feel good! To support Berkshire Humane Society and the Give Back Yoga Foundation, Sruti Yoga Center is hosting a morning of yoga with Beryl Bender Birch, an internationally renowned yoga teacher, author, and co-founder of the Give Back Yoga Foundation. Suggested minimum donation is $40. Advance registration is strongly recommended; contact Amy Webb at amy@srutiyogacenter.com or Mimi Rosenblatt at mimipaws@gmail.com to reserve your place. Please also consider bringing donations of gently used women’s clothing for CATWALK Boutique, Berkshire Humane Society’s resale shop. All proceeds from Yoga to the Rescue will benefit Berkshire Humane Society, a local nonprofit animal shelter, and the Give Back Yoga Foundation, a gateway organization for yoga service projects in the United States.
10:30AM-12:30PM
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July 30    LIVE JAZZ
Castle Street Cafe
10 Castle Street - Great Barrington
, MA  (413) 528-5244
8
PM
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July 30   THE FAB FAUX - A HARD DAY'S NIGHT AND MORE!
Mahaiwe Performing
14 Castle Street
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Great Barrington, MA  (413) 528-0100
With a commitment to the accurate reproduction of The Beatles` repertoire, The Fab Faux treat the seminal music with unwavering respect, and are known for their painstaking recreations of the songs (with emphasis on the later works never performed live by the Beatles). Far beyond a cover band, they play the music of The Beatles so impeccably that one must experience it to believe it.
$30 Upper Balcony (Limited)
$80 / $70 Mahaiwe Members
$90 Premium
8PM
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July 30   ROB KELLY & LARA TUPPER
Gateways Inn & Restaurant
15 Walker Street
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 637-2532
7:30-9:30PM
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July 30    BANG ON THE CAN MARATHON
MASS MoCA
1040 Mass MoCA Way
- North Adams, MA (413) 662-2111

6-hour festival finale featuring more music by guest composer, Eco-Revolutionary John Luther Adams, plus a special renditions of Steve Reich’s early classic Music For Mallet Instruments, Voices and Organ, Julia Wolfe’s raucous Tell Me Everything, and a world premiere by Bang on a Can All-Star and festival favorite, Ken Thomson.
4-10P
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July 30   BRIAN BENLIEN
Rainbow Restaurant
109 First Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-0022
Making his solo Rainbow debut with his accoustic guitar giving us Classic Covers and more.
7:30PM - NO COVER CHARGE
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July 30   BERKSHIRE CHORAL INTERNATIONAL
Jackeman L. Stewart Center, Berkshire School
245 North Undermountain Road
 - Sheffield, MA 
(413) 229-1999
For 35 years, Berkshire Choral International has provided audiences with stirring performances of the first rank. Each year BCI brings together a remarkable array of choristers, soloists, conductors and repertoire for voices and symphony orchestra. This summer, enjoy three concerts of glorious choral music that will challenge your intellect and nourish your soul. On July 23, the Chorus will perform Beethoven’s Mass in C Major and Symphony #9 (4th Movement), conducted by John Sinclair (Bach Festival Society of Winter Park, Rollins College). On July 30, conductor Gary Thor Wedow (Seattle Opera, New York City Opera, The Julliard School) will lead the Chorus in a performance of Dvorak’s Requiem. On August 6, the Chorus will perform Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms and Stephen Paulus’ Holocaust Memorial Oratorio, To Be Certain of the Dawn, led by conductor Kathy Saltzman Romey (Minnesota Chorale, Oregon Bach Festival, University of Minnesota). All concerts feature prominent soloists and the Springfield Symphony Orchestra. The air-conditioned Stewart Center at Berkshire School provides an ideal setting. The campus lies on Route 41, 8 miles south of Great Barrington, MA and 9 miles north of Salisbury, CT. Tickets are $20 - $45 and are available online (www. berkshirechoral.org), by phone (413.229.1999) or at the door. Ample free parking is available, and light refreshments are sold. All concerts begin at 7:30pm, and free pre-concert talks begin at 6:15pm.
7:30PM
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July 30   TOR HYAMS AND LISA ROTHHAUSER IN "LIFE, WHO KNEW"
The Barn At The Egremont Village Inn
17 Main Street
- South Egremont, MA  (413) 528-9580

"Her powerful, belting voice combined with her controlled and elating “mixed” voice set the bar." Theater Pizzaz. “There is no question that Lisa’s voice is sensational,” Times Square Chronicle, and “I embark on an adventure of music and lyrics, with songs by Grammy nominated songwriter Tor Hyams and veteran Broadway performer Lisa Rothauser. This was the debut of their favorite selections from their four-year collaboration in musical theater, and I found their songs to be creative, upbeat and endearing.” Erika Finn, Huffington Post.
Genre: Comic Cabaret
$25

7PM & 9PM
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July 31   JOANNE SPIES AND THE ELEMENTAL ORCHESTRA
Bascom Lodge
Mount Greylock
- Adams, MA 
(413) 743-1591
Original songs, poems, and stories that focus on the four elements with weavings of history of literary visitors to Mt. Greylock. Guitar, ukelele, and tank drum as well as the Elemental Orchestra will join in rhythm and sound explorations. Bring a favorite poem or song about wind, water, earth or air to share. NOTE: This performance begins @5:30.
5:30PM/FREE
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July 31   JAZZ w/RICH VINETTE TRIO
Haflinger Haus Restaurant - Tavern - Inn
17 Commercial Street
- Adams, MA 
(413) 743-2221
4-7PM
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July 31    SUNDAY MUSICAL BRUNCH w/LIVE MUSIC
Starving Artist Creperie & Cafe
40 Main Street, Suite 2 - Lee
, MA  (413) 394-5046
11AM-1PM
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July 31   PAUL GREEN DUO
Gateways Inn & Restaurant
15 Walker Street
- Lenox, MA 
(413) 637-2532
7:30-9:30PM
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July 31   STEEPLE CATS
Joe Wolfe Field
311 State Street
- North Adams, MA

4:30PM
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July 31   SUNDAY NIGHT DANCES
ITAM Lodge #564
93 Waubeek Road
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-7134
MEMBERS $5.00 - NON~MEMBERS $7.00
7-11PM
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July 31   SUNDAY BRUNCH BUFFET
Rainbow Restaurant
109 First Street
- Pittsfield, MA 
(413) 443-0022
All you can eat!!!

11AM-3PM
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